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a non-Indian barbarian of whatever race or color. 2. a class of untouchables comprising such persons.

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fat salary you get you are in effect a Mlechcha. These. Mlechchas are at the tiger stage.
Hindus believed in caste system, whereas Muslims opposed it. From the Islamic point of view, Hindus were kaphirs, whereas Hindus called Muslims mlechchas.
The Geography of Violence
seems most satisfactory.
[AJPS 9:2 (2006), pp. 183-198]
Reporting in Chennai, India: Selected Articles by Rajeev Ravisankar
When Arya-Mlechchas entered their settlements, the Buddhists and Jains would break pots containing cow-dung in order to force the intruders to leave.

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Bodos claim themselves to be the original inhabitants of the land and Shankar Dev, the great Vaihnav saint, has called them 'mlechchas.' Bodos are deeply peeved over this nomenclature and demanded to ban the writings of Shankar Dev.

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Jun 8, 2007 They were called Mlechchas on account of their mispronunciation. Their mispronunciation is called Mlechchita[4].
Chakram Of Mlechcha - .
Chakram Of Mlechcha. Weapons » Guns » Chakram This chakram is believed to have derived from a primordial race known as the Mlechchas. 2q0w0hy.

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